Internet Broadband Usage Adoption in Taiwan: An Overview Report Jul. 2006

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1 Internet Broadband Usage Adoption in : An Overview Report Jul APIRA conference Dr. Te-Hsin Liang Associate Professor Dep t of Statistics Information Science Fu Jen Catholic University, Survey conducted by Survey & Statistics Analysis Research & Consultancy Center, Fu Jen Catholic University, commissioned by Network Information Center Outline 1. Methodology 2. Estimated Population and Penetration Rate of Internet and Broadband Usage (Internet and Broadband Users, Internet and Broadband Households, Wireless Internet Users, Mobile Internet Users) 3. Growth of Internet and Broadband Usage (Internet and Broadband Users, Internet and Broadband Households, Wireless Internet Users, Mobile Internet Users) 4. Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics (Internet and Broadband Users, Internet and Broadband Households, Wireless Internet Users, Mobile Internet Users) 5. Analysis on the Behavior (Internet and Broadband Users, Broadband and Non- Broadband Households, Wireless Internet Users, Mobile Internet Users) 6. Conclusion 2

2 Survey Time Sample Number Target Population Survey Method May.17,2006 to Aug.4, ,192 valid samples 1. Methodology Residents in age 12 and above 7,285,814 households in 23 Cities/Counties in. *Demographic information based on 2006 Monthly Demographic Statistics Report, Ministry of Interior Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing Survey Sampling Method A stratified simple random sampling was used by separating the population elements into stratum of the 23 cities/counties in. The sample size of each strata was determined by using the proportional allocation method. Estimation Method Method for Estimating the Total Number of Internet users: Three variables, cities/areas, gender and age groups are used for weighting the random stratified samples of interviewees age 12 and above in. (The sample is based upon a total of 19,483,538 residents. The demographic data is released by the Ministry of Interior in April 2006.) Method for Estimating the Total Number of Internet Household: Two Variable cities/areas and the number of members in the household are used for weighting the random stratified samples. (Demographic Information: 7,285,814 households, according to the 2006 Monthly Demographic Statistics Report, Ministry of Interior) 3 2. Estimated Population and Penetration Rate of Internet and Broadband Usage 2.1 Internet and Broadband Users 2.2 Internet and Broadband Households 2.3 Wireless Internet Users 2.4 Mobile Internet Users

3 2. Estimated Population and Penetration Rate of Internet Users 2.28 million residents in age under 12 have experiences of using the Internet; while million residents in age 12 and above have experiences of using the Internet. The estimate is that million residents of all ages have experiences using the Internet in. Estimated Population of Internet Users in 19,483,538 22,715,050 13,094,050 15,375,212 2,281,162 3,231,512 Age Under 12 Age 12 or Above Age Internet Users 2,281,162 13,094,050 15,375,212 Total Residents 3,231,512 19,483,538 22,715, Estimated Population and Penetration Rate of Internet and Broadband Users (1) The percentage of Internet users age 12 and above in is 67.21% (13.09 million). (2) 62.87% (12.25 million ) of residents in Age 12 and above have experiences of using broadband. Percentage of Internet Users in Percentage of Broadband Users in Individual without experiences using Internet, 32.79% Individual with experiences using Internet, 67.21% Individual without experiences using broadband, 37.13% Individual with experiences using broadband, 62.87% *The data is based upon a population of residents in age 12 and above. * Sampling Error 2.05% in Internet Users and 2.13% in Boardband Users (Confidence level 95%) 6

4 2.2 Estimated Population and Penetration Rate of Internet and Broadband Households (1) 72.11% (5.25 Million) of the households in have an access to the Internet. (2) 65.05% (4.74million) households in are broadband subscribers. Percentage of Internet Households in Percentage of Broadband Households in Households without Internet Access, 27.89% Households with Internet Access, 72.11% Households without Broadband 34.95% Households with Broadband 65.05% *The data is based upon the strata of the 23 cities/counties in. 7 *Sampling Error 1.99% in Internet Households and 2.10% in Broadband Households (Confidence level 95%) 2.3 Estimated Population and Penetration Rate of Wireless Internet Users 18.37% (3.57 million) of the residents Age 12 and above in have experience of using Wireless Internet.. Estimated Penetration Rate of Residents using Wireless Internet Individual without experiences using Wireless Internet, 81.63% Individual with experiences using Wireless Internet, 18.37% *The data is based upon a population of residents in age 12 and above. * Sampling Error 4.04% (Confidence level 95%) 8

5 2.4 Estimated Population and Penetration Rate of Mobile Internet Users 9.53% (1.85 million) of the residents in Age 12 and above have experience of using Mobile Internet Service. Percentage of Mobile Internet Users in Individual without experiences using Mobile Internet, 90.47% Individual with experiences using Mobile Internet, 9.53% *The data is based upon a population of residents in age 12 and above. * Sampling Error 5.49% (Confidence level 95%) 9 3. Growth of Internet and Broadband Usage 3.1 Internet and Broadband Users 3.2 Internet and Broadband Households 3.3 Wireless Internet Users 3.4 Mobile Internet Users

6 3.1 Growth of Internet and Broadband Users in Growth of Internet Users in Age 15 or above Age Age Age Age Age Age Age Age Sep 2002 Mar 2003 Jul 2003 Jan 2004 Jul 2004 Jan 2005 Jul 2005 Jan 2006 Jul 2006 TWNIC TWNIC TWNIC TWNIC TWNIC Growth of Broadband Users in Jul 2003 Jan 2004 Jul 2004 Jan 2005 Jul 2005 Jan 2006 Jul Source Unit Million TWNIC Survey, & The Statistics Department of the Ministry of Transportation & Communication 3.2 Growth of Internet and Broadband Households in Growth of Internet Households s in Jul 2003 Jan 2004 Jul 2004 Jan 2005 Jul 2005 Jan 2006 Jul 2006 Growth of Broadband Households in Jul 2003 Jan 2004 Jul 2004 Jan 2005 Jul 2005 Jan 2006 Jul 2006 Unit Million Source TWNIC Survey 12

7 3.3 Growth of Wireless Internet Users This chart shows that there is a growing number of Wireless Internet Users in. By the end of Jul. 2006, 3.57 million of residents in have experiences of using Wireless Internet. Growth of Wireless Internet Users in Jul 2003 Jan 2004 Jul 2004 Jan 2005 Jul 2005 Jan 2006 Jul 2006 Unit Million 13 Source TWNIC Survey 3.4 Growth of Mobile Internet Users This chart exhibits that there is a growing number of Mobile Internet Users in. By the end of Jul. 2006, 1.85 million of residents in have experience of using Mobile Internet. Growth of Mobile Internet Users in Jul 2003 Jan 2004 Jul 2004 Jan 2005 Jul 2005 Jan 2006 Jul 2006 Unit Million Source TWNIC Survey 14

8 4. Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics 4.1 Internet and Broadband Users 4.2 Internet and Broadband Households 4.3 Wireless Internet Users 4.4 Mobile Internet Users 4.1 Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Internet and Broadband Users Percentages of Internet Users in Different Gender of 67.21% 67.93% 66.47% Total Male Female Percentages of Broadband Users in Different Gender of 62.87% 63.82% 61.91% Total Male Female 16

9 4.1 Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Internet and Broadband Users (continued) Percentages of Internet Users in Different Age of 67.21% 98.00% 98.90% 96.24% 86.39% 75.07% 53.99% 12.92% Total Age Age Age Age Age Age Age 56 and above Percentages of Broadband Users in Different AgeA of 62.87% 89.99% 95.57% 92.34% 81.63% 69.00% 51.29% 9.89% Total Age Age Age Age Age Age Age 5617an above 4.1 Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Internet and Broadband Users (continued) Percentages of Internet Users in Different Areas of 67.21% 82.19% 77.20% 69.57% 62.49% 59.21% 57.15% 72.94% 63.43% ( 2.05) ( 6.39) ( 7.82) ( 3.46) ( 4.69) ( 4.31) ( 8.17) ( 3.05) ( 3.78) Total Taipei City Kaohsiung City Northern Central Sout hern Eastern Percentages of Broadband Users in Different Areas of Northern (includes Taipei City) Sout hern (includes Kaohsiung City) 62.87% 77.93% 68.09% 66.17% 58.21% 55.01% 51.76% 69.31% 55.14% ( 2.13) ( 5.56) ( 8.25) ( 3.58) ( 4.88) ( 4.52) ( 8.56) ( 3.14) ( 3.96) Total Taipei City Kaohsiung City Northern Digits in the parenthesis is the Sampling Error: % Central Sout hern Eastern Northern (includes Taipei Sout hern (includes Kaohsiung 18

10 4.2 Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Internet and Broadband Households According to the educational background of the economic head of the households, 92.89% of them have a master s degree and above, and it is followed by 88.16% with university degree, and 86.99% with junior college degree. Educational Background of the Economic Head of Households with Internet I Access 72.11% 62.33% 74.87% 86.99% 88.16% 92.89% 64.35% 31.72% Total Under elementary School Junior High School Highschool Junior College University Master's Degree and above Refused to answer Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Internet and Broadband Households (continued) 96.12% of the households in with access to the Internet have an average income of NTD 200,001 and above, 94.19% have an average income of NTD 100, ,000; 92.28% with an income of NTD 150, ,000, and they are followed by 91.16% with an income of NTD 80, ,000. Percentages of Internet Households according to Monthly Income 72.11% 92.28% 96.12% 79.57% 83.86%91.16%94.19% 67.78% 47.47% 82.18% 80.19% 16.17% 23.62% Total No Income Under NT$20,000 NT$20,001-NT$40,000 NT$40,001-NT$60,000 NT$60,001-NT$80,000 NT$80,001-NT$100,000 NT$100,001-NT$150,000 NT$150,001-NT$200,000 NT$200,001 and above Unstable Income Unknown Refused to answer 20

11 4.2 Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Internet and Broadband Households(continued) Percentages of Internet Households in Different Areas of 72.11% 86.01% 84.61% 76.40% 64.38% 62.00% 63.44% 79.08% 67.88% ( 1.99) ( 6.27) ( 7.56) ( 3.39) ( 4.57) ( 4.13) ( 7.84) ( 2.98) ( 3.62) Total Taipei City Kaohsiung City Northern Central Sout hern Eastern Northern (includes Taipei Percentages of Broadband Households in Different Areas of City) Sout hern (includes Kaohsiung City) 80.65% 76.67% 65.05% 70.01% 72.98% 57.41% 53.19% 55.59% 59.29% ( 2.10) ( 6.49) ( 7.97) ( 3.54) ( 4.84) ( 4.44) ( 8.31) ( 3.11) ( 3.88) Total Taipei City Kaohsiung City Northern Digits in the parenthesis is the Sampling Error: % Central Sout hern Eastern Northern (includes Taipei City) Sout hern (includes Kaohsiung City) Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Wireless Internet Users While 19.63% of male have ever used the Wireless Internet (1.93 million), the female is 17.08% (1.64 million). Gender Difference in Wireless Internet Users 18.37% 19.63% 17.08% Total Male Female 22

12 4.3 Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Wireless Internet Users (continued) In terms of age groups, the age group of ranks top, with 32.01% (0.61 million) have experiences using Wireless Internet; and it is followed by the age group with 31.43% (1.18 million) and age group with 20.76% (0.33 million), while the lowest falls on the age group of over 56 with only 1.50% (55 thousand). Percentages of Wireless Internet Users in Different Age Groups 32.01% 31.43% 18.37% 20.76% 20.44% 13.40% 13.28% 1.50% Total Age Age Age Age Age Age Age 56 and above Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Wireless Internet Users (continued) Mentioned about the penetration of Wireless Internet, the percentages of the metropolitan areas of Taipei City and Kaohsiung City are 34.03% and 22.98%, respectively. The percentage of Northern is 20.30%, and it is followed by Central with 14.96%, Southern with 10.91%and Eastern with 7.55%. Percentages of Wireless Internet Users in Different Areas of 34.03% 18.37% 22.98% 20.30% 14.96% 10.91% 7.55% 23.96% 13.74% ( 4.04) ( 9.95) ( 14.61) ( 6.42) ( 9.95) ( 10.00) ( 21.38) ( 5.39) ( 8.25) Total Taipei City Kaohsiung City Northern *Digits in the parenthesis is the Sampling Error: % Central Sout hern Eastern Northern (includes Taipei City) Sout hern (includes Kaohsiung City) 24

13 4.4 Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Mobile Internet Users While 10.00% of male have ever used the Mobile Internet (0.98million), the female is 9.03% (0.87million). Gender Difference in Mobile Internet Users 9.53% 10.00% 9.03% Total Male Female Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Mobile Internet Users (continued) The age group of has the highest percentage of Mobile Internet users, with 24.78%; it is followed by the age group with 20.73% and age group with 14.04%; the lowest percentage falls on the age group 46-55, with less than 4.37%. Percentages of Mobile Internet Users for Different Age Groups 20.73% 24.78% 14.04% 9.53% 8.86% 6.97% 4.37% Total Age Age Age Age Age Age

14 4.4 Digital Divide of Areas and Demographics -Mobile Internet Users (continued) Among residents Age 12 and above in who have experience of using Mobile Internet service, the percentages of the metropolitan areas of Taipei City and Kaohsiung City are 12.89% and 10.92%, respectively. In Northern, the percentage is 10.24%, and it is followed by Central with 8.55%, Eastern 8.30% and Southern with 7.50%. Percentages of Internet Users with Mobile Access in Different Areas of 12.89% 10.92% 9.53% 10.24% 10.95% 8.55% 7.50% 8.30% 8.30% ( 5.49) Total ( 15.90) ( 20.89) ( 8.77) ( 13.46) ( 12.65) ( 21.38) ( 7.68) ( 10.82) Taipei City Kaohsiung City Northern *Digits in the parenthesis is the Sampling Error: % Central Sout hern Eastern Northern (includes Taipei City) Sout hern (includes Kaohsiung City) Analysis on the Behavior of Internet and Broadband Usage 5.1 Internet and Broadband Users Internet Users Broadband Users Non-Broadband Users 5.2 Broadband and Non-Broadband Households Broadband Households Non-Broadband Households 5.3 Wireless Internet Users 5.4 Mobile Internet Users 28

15 5.1.1 Analysis on the Behavior of Internet Users Among the interviewees who have had experience of using the Internet, 80.64% of them use ADSL, next comes Cable Modem, and the percentage is 6.36% Percentages of Internet Accessing Methods 80.64% 0.84% 3.30% 6.36% 2.29% 1.28% 0.27% 0.06% 2.24% 0.12% 0.29% 2.31% Free Dial-Up connection Paid Dial-Up Connection ADSL Cable Modem Residential Gateway Leased Line Public WLAN Mobile Internet Unknown type of broadband without using the Internet Others Unknown Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Users Among the broadband users, people mostly use broadband at home with the relative frequency of 92.90; while the relative frequency of using broadband from work places is 36.93, at school is Places where Broadband Users Get Online (Multiple Choices) At home At work places Unit: relative frequency At school Internet café At relatives' or friends Library coffee shops,restaurants MRT station other places 30

16 5.1.2 Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Users (continued) Amount of Time Broadband Users Spent Online On the Workday 17.79% 15.90% 13.49% 7.52% 9.47% 8.86% 6.92% 5.23% 3.13% 1.79% 2.18% 2.33% 2.43% 0.49% 0.68% 1.16% 0.11% 0.29% 0.23% Less than 1/2 hr 1/2-1 hr 1-2 hrs 2-3 hrs 3-4 hrs 4-5 hrs 5-6 hrs 6-7 hrs 7-8 hrs Amount of Time Broadband Users Spent Online On the Weekend 8-9 hrs 9-10 hrs hrs hrs hrs hrs hrs hrs 16 and above Uncertain 19.49% 17.43% 11.06% 12.32% 6.38% 7.94% 5.93% 5.64% 3.33% 2.59% 1.56% 1.51% 1.72% 1.53% 0.61% 0.15% 0.29% 0.18% 0.35% Less than 1/2 hr 1/2-1 hr 1-2 hrs 2-3 hrs 3-4 hrs 4-5 hrs 5-6 hrs 6-7 hrs 7-8 hrs 8-9 hrs 9-10 hrs hrs hrs hrs hrs hrs hrs 16 and above Uncertain Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Users (continued) Favorite Time Slot for Using Broadband On the Workday (Multiple Choices) :00~6:59 7:00~7:59 8:00~8:59 9:00~9:59 10:00~10:59 11:00~11:59 12:00~12:59 13:00~13:59 14:00~14:59 15:00~15:59 16:00~16:59 17:00~17:59 18:00~18:59 19:00~19:59 20:00~20:59 21:00~21:59 22:00~22:59 23:00~23:59 0:00~0:59 1:00~1:59 2:00~2:59 3:00~3:59 4:00~4:59 5:00~5:59 uncertain all day Favorite Time Slot for Using Broadband On the Weekend (Multiple Choices) :00~6:59 7:00~7:59 8:00~8:59 9:00~9:59 Unit: relative frequency 10:00~10:59 11:00~11:59 12:00~12:59 13:00~13:59 14:00~14:59 15:00~15:59 16:00~16:59 17:00~17:59 18:00~18:59 19:00~19:59 20:00~20:59 21:00~21:59 22:00~22:59 23:00~23:59 0:00~0:59 1:00~1:59 2:00~2:59 3:00~3:59 4:00~4:59 5:00~5:59 uncertain all day 32

17 5.1.2 Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Users (continued) Among broadband users, 89.56% of them have address, 10.44% of them don t have address. Percentage of Broadband Users with E Address Individual without Address, 10.44% Individual with Address, 89.56% Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Users (continued) Among the broadband users who have address, 43.13% of them have one e- mail address, and 30.22% of them have two addresses. Amount of Broadband Users who Have E Address 43.13% 30.22% 14.78% 5.76% 3.08% 3.03% and above 34

18 5.1.2 Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Users (continued) Among broadband users, In every 100 people has browsing web pages, use s, use internet for information searching. Purposes for Individual Broadband Usage (Multiple Choices) WWW Information Searching Chat (MSN ICQ) Online Game Unit: relative frequency Downloading Software Downloading Music Online Shopping Uploading Data Online Radio or Music Online Banking Newsgroups FTP or P2P Voice over IP BBS Watching Video Online Long-distance and Online L... Watching TV Online Video Conferencing Website Maintenance Others unknown Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Users (continued) Among the broadband users, 26.73% of them have experience of using the payment internet music, 25.85% of them have experience of using the payment online game. Percentage of Broadband Users Using Broadband Payment Service 26.73% 25.85% 15.28% 13.31% 8.74% 7.38% Internet Music Online Game Internet Phone Internet Finance Internet Online Learning Protocol TV and and Distance- Internet Movie Teaching 36

19 5.1.2 Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Users (continued) Among the broadband users who have not used any payment service, 31.31% of them have willing of using the payment internet phone in the future, 27.14% of them have willing of using the payment online learning and distance teaching in the future. The Willing to Use Broadband Payment Services in the Future 12.43% 18.34% 13.53% 12.61% 17.58% 6.55% 56.26% 54.52% 60.95% 63.25% 64.62% 83.02% 31.31% 27.14% 25.52% 24.14% 17.80% Internet Phone Online Learning and Distance- Teaching Internet Protocol TV and Internet Movie 10.43% Internet Music Internet Finance Online Game Willing Unwilling No opinion Analysis on the Behavior of Non-Broadband Users Among non-broadband users, every 100 people has answering that the main reason is Not Needed, next follows Lack of Time, with per 100 people answering it. Reasons for Not Subscribing Broadband (Multiple Choices) Not Needed Lack of Time Too Expensive Lack of Hardware Unit: relative frequency Lack of interest privacy User's age is too old or... Lack of useful informa... Difficulty with connect... worries about wrongful... Speed is slow Worries over Virus Others unknown 38

20 5.2.1 Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Households Among the ADSL subscribers, 84.27% of them subscribe from Hinet, next comes 2.92% for APOL and 2.83% for TFN. Popular ADSL Service Providers 84.27% 2.31% 2.83% 0.94% 2.92% 0.64% 0.51% 0.45% 5.13% Hinet Seednet TFN So-Net APOL GigaMedia sparq Others Unknown Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Households (continued) Among the Cable Modem subscribers, most of the households, 53.87%, subscribes from Local cable TV provider, next comes 35.58% for APOL. Popular Cable Modem Service Supplier 53.87% 35.58% 4.40% 2.53% 3.62% Local cable TV provider APOL GigaMedia Others Unknown 40

21 5.2.1 Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Households (continued) When asked the major factors of choosing the broadband suppliers, among 100 people, there are will consider Cost when them choose suppliers, considering about Convenience, care about Speed. Factors Considered in Choosing ISP (Multiple Choices) Unit: relative frequency Cost Convenienc e Speed Stability ISP Reputation Friends' Recommenda tion The only ISP available Promotion Rich in Value Added Services Random Choice Package from Cable Service Assuetude Influenced by the customer satisfaction s... Group Choice Providing dedic ated ba ndwidth Providing fixed IP Opt for a New ISP Others Unknown Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Households (continued) Among the households using broadband, the average expenditure from NTD 751~1,000 ranks top, with 29.39%, next follows NTD 1,001~1,250 with 13.97%. Average Monthly Expenditures on Broadband 29.39% 23.77% 11.95% 11.58% 13.97% 0.49% 1.35% 3.44% 0.67% 1.07% 2.08% 0.24% Free NTD1~250 NTD251~500 NTD501~750 NTD751~1,000 NTD1,001~1,250 NTD1,251~1,500 NTD1,501~1,750 NTD1,751~2,000 NTD2,001 and above Others Unknown 42

22 5.2.1 Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Households (continued) Under the download speed of 2M/sec, 29.44% of the household broadband subscribers think the reasonable expenditures on broadband should be within the range of NTD 251~500, next follows 13.80% for the range of NTD 501~750, then 7.90% for NTD 751~1,000. Reasonable Range for Broadband Expenditures 29.44% 33.89% 13.80% 2.32% 7.24% 7.90% 2.23% 1.70% 0.44% 0.37% 0.29% 0.38% Free NTD1~250 NTD251~500 NTD501~750 NTD751~1,000 NTD1,001~1,250 NTD1,251~1,500 NTD1,501~1,750 NTD1,751~2,000 NTD2,001 and above Others Unknown Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Households (continued) Among the broadband subscribers having using problems, every 100 people has cannot suffer the download speed slowly, cannot suffer Instability, Poor Connection Quality. Problems for Using Broadband (Multiple Choices) Slow Download Speed Instability, Poor Connection Quality Unit: relative frequency Traffic Jam dur ing Peak Hours Slow Upload Speed Worries over Virus Too Many Junk Information Problems with Network Security Too Expensive Poor Customer Service from ISP Difficulty with Dial-Up or Computer Setup Slow Connection to Foreign Websites Poor Web Content Limitations in Family Difficulty with Mutiple Users Setup Others 44

23 5.2.1 Analysis on the Behavior of Broadband Households (continued) Among the broadband subscribers, 48.80% feel satisfied (includes satisfied and very satisfied) of their ISP, there are 42.04% subscribers reply hard to say. Satisfaction Rate with ISP 46.47% 42.04% 8.26% 2.33% 0.90% Very satisfied Satisfied Hard to say (no opinion) Unsatisfied Very unsatisfied Analysis on the Behavior of Non-Broadband Households Among the Internet but non-broadband households, asking them why do not have broadband, every 100 people has say Not Needed, next follows, say Lack of Hardware. Reasons for Not Subscribing Broadband (Multiple Choices) Not Nee ded Lack of Hardware User's age is too old or... Lack of interest unfamiliar to use computers Unit: relative frequency Too Expensive Lac k of Time Worries over indulgence Unknown worries about wrongful... Difficulty with connectin... privac y Lack of useful information Speed is slow Worries over Virus Others 46

24 5.2.2 Analysis on the Behavior of Non-Broadband Households (continued) Among the Internet but non-broadband households, 16.47% respond that they Plan to subscribe broadband in the coming six months, while 83.53% respond that they Have no plan to subscribe broadband in the coming six months. Plans to Subscribe Broadband in the Coming Six Months 83.53% 16.47% Yes No Analysis on the Behavior of Non-Broadband Households (continued) 57.99% households with plans to subscribe broadband in the coming six months opt for ADSL, only 3.76% of them opt for community network. Preferred Types for Broadband Subscription 57.99% 36.66% 1.48% 3.76% 0.11% ADSL Cable Modem Community Network Others Unknown 48

25 5.2.2 Analysis on the Behavior of Non-Broadband Households (continued) 80.67% of the households which plan to subscribe ADSL in the coming six months will subscribe from Hinet (Chung Hua Telecom), while about 2.20% of them plan to choose other. Preferences of ISPs for Households Planning to Subscribe ADSL 80.67% 1.52% 2.20% 15.61% Hinet Seednet Others Unknown Analysis on The Behavior of Wireless Internet Users Among the Wireless Internet users, every 100 people has use Wireless Internet from home, using Wireless Internet from office, while at school. Locations for Using Wireless Internet (Multiple Choices) At Home Office School Coffee Shop Fast Food Restaurant Unit: relative frequency Restaurant Relative's or Friend's Home Hotel Library Airport MRT Sation Conference Department Room Store, Shopping Mall, Game Zone On Bus On Plane Others 50

26 5.3 Analysis on The Behavior of Wireless Internet Users (continued) Among the Wireless Internet users, 34.82% use it without charge, 13.27% reply don t know the expenditure, paid by family member and 11.16% reply don t know the expenditure, paid by company. Expenditures of Wireless Internet Users 34.82% 13.27% 11.16% 7.88% 4.03% 4.51% 6.46% 3.19% 2.04% 3.35% 5.43% 0.86% 0.72% 0.78% 1.50% Free NTD1~250 NTD251~500 NTD501~750 NTD751~1,000 NTD1,001~ 1,250 NTD1,251~1,500 NTD1,501~1,750 NTD1,751~2,000 NTD2,001 and above Don't know, paid by company Don't know, paid by school Don't know, paid by someone n't Know, paid by fa mi ly member Others Analysis on Behavior of Mobile Internet Users Among the Mobile Internet service users, every 100 people opts to use GPRS, opts to use PHS, while opts to use 3G. Access Options for Mobile Internet Users (Multiple Choices) GPRS PHS 3G WAP Others Unknown 52

27 4.92% 2.70% 2.60% 2.20% 1.77% 0.76% 0.31% 0.14% 5.4 Analysis on Behavior of Mobile Internet Users (continued) Among the Mobile Internet service users, the most frequently used service is Ringtones Download with 39.80%, and it is followed by Information Browsing with 18.27% and with 12.91%. Percentages for Services Used via Mobile Internet 39.80% 18.27% 12.91% 8.06% 5.56% Ring-tone Download Information Browsing Game Download Information Search Financial Transactions Graphic Download News and Weather Broadcast Information Upload Shopping Application Download constellations and fortune telling Others Analysis on Behavior of Mobile Internet Users (continued) 44.86% of the Mobile Internet users spent under NTD 250 on the Mobile Internet service, and it is followed by don t know the expenditure, paid by family member with 18.02%. Monthly Expenditures on Mobile Internet Service 44.86% 6.91% 18.02% 10.69% 3.77% 4.33% 2.58% 0.37% 0.20% 1.02% 1.94% 0.63% 4.68% Free Under NTD250 NTD251~500 NTD501~750 NTD751~1000 NTD1001~1250 NTD1251~1500 NTD1501~1750 NTD1751~2000 NTD2001 and above Don't Know, paid by family member Others Unknown 54

28 6. Conclusion 6. Conclusion Broadband Households in the Future 56

29 6. Conclusion (continued) The group of highly use of internet Internet Users Broadband Users Households in the metropolis Internet Users Broadband Users Make a Plan Age 16~20 (98.90%) Age 12~15(98.00%) Age 21~25(96.24%) Age 16~20(95.57%) Age 21~25(92.34%) City (77.08%) District (83.23%) City(70.44%) District (76.07%) 1. Households in the Non-metropolis ( Village or Town) 2. The elderly groups Reasons for Not Subscribing Broadband First Not Needed Second Lack of Hardware Third User s age is too old or too young Increase Their Demand Base on Peoples Lives Conclusion (continued) Purposes of Broadband Usage (Multiple Choices) Browse web pages (70.99%) (47.50%) Information searching (34.38%) Chat (MSN ICQ) (25.77%) Online game (22.52%) Broadband Payment Service The Usage of Broadband Payment Service in Existence 26.73% 26.73% 25.85% 25.85% 15.28% 13.31% 7.38% 8.74% The willing of Broadband Payment Service 31.31% 31.31% 27.14% 25.52% in the Future 24.14% 17.80% 10.43% Internet Music Online Game Game Internet Phone Internet Finance Online Internet Learning and Protocol TV Distance- and Internet Teaching Movie Internet Phone Phone Online Learning and Distance- Teaching Internet Protocol TV and Internet Movie Internet Music Internet Finance Online Game 58

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